Combine these two phrases and you have the Super Snow Moon which is set to reach peak fullness over Ireland at around 3:53pm GMT tomorrow.
You will have an opportunity to check out February's Full Moon through Wednesday morning.
If the sky is clear, the best time to view the phenomenon would be at moonrise at around 7.30pm, a Science Centre Singapore spokesman said. The presence of an atmosphere bends (or refracts) light, meaning we see the moon slightly offset from its true position on the horizon due to the atmosphere.
The Cherokee referred to it as the "Bone Moon" as it was the time of the year when food was so scarce that people nibbled on bones and drank bone marrow soup.
The biggest supermoon of 2019 will take over Orlando's sky Tuesday night.
For those who look forward to capturing and sharing their spectacular images on social media, Tuesday night will be your second and last chance this year to do so.
In addition to this revelation, today's Supermoon is the biggest and brightest Full Moon until at least December 2026.
According to the NASA, full moons are considered super moons when the moon is at its closest point in its orbit to earth, or its perigee.
Each month, the full moon carries a different name signifying what is most associated with that time.
'The times that you really want to see it is when it's on the horizon. The Moon also appears 14 per cent bigger and 30 per cent brighter. So when darkness falls and the moon rises Tuesday, it will be a little bit on the wane. Some other tribes called it a "hunger" moon as the harsh weather conditions were not suitable for hunting.
You can also leave your computer and mobile phones and get on the roof of your building to watch the Super Moon live with your eyes, given there are no clouds. However, the moon will be more visible after it rises at 5.11pm.